Developer and manufacturer of reliable computers for demanding environments, JLT Mobile Computers, will be presenting end-to-end rugged mobile IT solutions for the manufacturing and supply chain industry at ProMAT 2019, Booth S4273.
Visitors to the JLT Booth S4273 will be able to see the latest Android and Windows rugged tablets and handheld computers, get introduced to the new JLT RepairEngine online maintenance management tool, and learn about JLT’s expanded repair services, which now include third-party products from most manufacturers, including Honeywell, Zebra, LXE and Intermec.
Thanks to this service expansion, customers benefit from a single point of contact through JLT and can manage all of their rugged IT products and related hardware in the JLT RepairEngine web tool. It gives users not only the ability to start and track repairs 24/7, but also provides insight into the health and status of their hardware deployment, enabling them to spot and rectify trends promptly. This leads to considerable cost savings and more effective operations.
Also increasing customers’ productivity through familiarity, ease-of-use and flexibility are three new rugged Android tablets and handheld computers that JLT is showing for the first time in the US at ProMAT. These are the five inch MH1005A rugged handheld, the seven inch MT1007A rugged tablet, and the 10.1” MT2010A rugged tablet. The company is further exhibiting its strengthened ten inch tablet offering, which consists of a new high-performance version of the rugged MT2010 tablet for the most demanding software applications, and the new MT2010K tablet with an integrated keyboard for easy data input.
All these new products, which are available for immediate order, are IP65 dustproof and water resistant, capable of operating in temperatures of -10 to +50°C (14 to +122°F), built to withstand even the most challenging working environments, and tested to applicable MIL-STD-810G requirements. They are complemented by a wide range of accessories, including vehicle and desktop docks, high-capacity batteries, battery chargers, and hand and shoulder straps.